Congratulations to the Theatre Arts Department on their showcase of Feiffer's People on Thursday, May 31. The student directors and actors successfully produced all their hard work, and it was a great end to a very successful theatrical year!
Congratulations to two Grauer student groups who raised an impressive amount of money this year to help others in need around the world! These students demonstrated the importance of Compassion, one of The Grauer School's core values, through their fundraising efforts.
It's an annual tradition for Grauer students to relieve some stress by petting cute and cuddly animals in a Petting Zoo on campus during Finals week. On Tuesday, June 5, Grauer students had lots of fun petting a variety of animals including baby goats, rabbits, a baby pig, and a sheep.
Congratulations to Ethan D. '23 for performing with his 6-cello ensemble at Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall in New York City on Memorial Day. They were invited to perform at this venue after winning 2nd place in the American Protégé International Piano and Strings Competition.
Congratulations to 8th grader Joshua B. '22 for being selected as our Encinitas Chamber of Commerce Student of the Year! We couldn't be more proud to have him representing The Grauer School.
I'm often asked what makes The Grauer School different from other secondary schools. We are a school founded on the core value of kindness. We believe that every student has an innate talent and, when given the space and support to pursue it, they will achieve happiness, joy, and success. We are the best at balancing expeditionary learning and relationship-based education with college preparation.
Dr. Grauer's Column
The Grauer School's "Class of 2018" graduated on June 8. Dr. Grauer's column features the text of his powerful keynote address from the school's 27th annual graduation ceremony.